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Travel Blogs from St-Dizier
... of one copy made whenever anyone wants one) and it gives distance from one point to the next, distance gone that day, what to do at the point, some sort of confirmation that you are at the point you thought that you were at, approx compass heading and altitude. A typical day has about 40 of these points to navigate round. That is 40 possibilities to get lost. As well as this ...
... look on my face at one point because a chap came out of a building and asked if I wanted to use the toilet. Hadn't occurred to me but seemed rude to refuse.
This village goes one better than providing a room at the local asylum for pilgrims. It has a complete gite. Room for at least a dozen but just me staying. Went to try and eat somewhere, there are at least 5 restaurants and several take-aways, but nothing ...
... homeless. Costs more though. See photo.
Feet really quite good these days blister wise. Still get a bit of pain through the night from them but manageable with a wee drug or two on occasion. Of more concern is I seem to have started getting a sharp pain on inside of left knee every now and then. No tenderness felt but is getting more frequent. Possibly not helped by walking on cambered roads so much. Not much I can do about ...
... its still lovely to be on the open road after planning and researching the trip for a whole year.
We have treated ourselves to a cheeky bottle of local rosé tonight so I'm going to sign off and give the wine some attention.
1. Folkestone - 75 miles
2. Bruay-le-Buissiere - 70
3. St. Quentin - 62
4. Val-de-Vesle - 76
5. Ligny-en-Barrois ...
... a big well equipped marina and already quite full. John managed to reverse Spring Tide in alongside the pontoon which was difficult due to strong winds but others came out to help which is lovely. Once we tied up, John noticed that our French courtesy flag and staff were missing! We had rigged up our sun canopy of sorts because of the low bridges so it was not in its usual fixings and with the wind it was blowing about ...